Royal Wedding Official Album and Song
When Prince William and Kate Middleton walk down the aisle this Friday, they’ll be serenaded by the Choir of Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royal Choir. The London Chamber Orchestra also will be on hand, along with a fanfare team from the Royal Air Force band.
The prince and his fiancee had ‘taken a great deal of interest and care’ in choosing the music for the service, which would include a number of well-known hymns and choral works, as well as some specially-commissioned pieces, according to St. James Palace.
According to Decca Records, the album will be released in digital download, CD, vinyl and even cassette to cater to consumers of all ages.
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The Digital Release: check the Decca Website at: The Royal Wedding Album: Digital Release
Guests at the Buckingham Palace reception, hosted by the Queen after the ceremony, will be entertained by Claire Jones, the Prince of Wales’ official harpist, according to the program.
Also… George Michael has covered the 1972 Stevie Wonder song “You and I” as a gift for Prince William and Kate.
Once a close friend of the grooms mother, George Michael said about the song “I know Diana would have approved.
“We’re ready. All of our Dance Bands are preparing the song for this weekend’s weddings.”
– Michael Taylor, Star Talent Inc.
Listen to George Michael sing “You and I”